Today, anyone can launch their own brand or business and have a robust online presence beyond just social media. Thanks to the growing no-code movement, it’s possible to build your own webpage or website with zero code knowledge. The shift to no-code webpage builders goes hand in hand with the increase in casual creators who want their own unique space on the web. Keep in mind, no-code doesn’t mean no effort! Getting a head start is easier than ever and to get the most out of a no-code webpage builder, you’ll want to put in some energy. What you won’t have to do, though, is learn how to code.
What makes a great no-code webpage builder?
The best no-code webpage builders are user friendly, flexible, and consider the full potential of a creator’s vision. Unfortunately, the majority of no-code platforms restrict artistic freedom within rigid grids and templates that reproduce the same stale experience over and over. Ten thousand templates are useless if they all feel the same.
In Hatch, you’re free to experiment outside of grids and boxes. Try our drag-and-drop interface that lets you place elements wherever you want on a canvas. Add interactive effects just by clicking on a web element. Play with our AI helper that can understand your plain language requests and build something cool for you.
Hatch focuses on the full expressive potential of the creator. Complex interactions like physics or draggability are usually only possible through coding. But with Hatch, you don’t need to know the technical languages that make your webpage work. Create personalized responses for mouse clicks, dragging and hovering. Or allow your visitor to draw or write directly on the page.
Make your webpage interactive without code
Creating elements that respond to user input can be done in just a few clicks. See how easy it is to make something draggable.
- Open a fresh project
- Create an object to work with by dragging an image to the editor or by selecting something from the ‘elements’ tab on the left sidebar (we’ve made a yellow star below)
- Select your object by clicking on it
- Go to “effects” on the left sidebar and pick “draggable”
- Now hit preview at the top to see the live version of your page.
- Drag your object around!
The video above shows gameplay for a mini-game you can try out in Hatch yourself. This project is “remixable” within Hatch so you can duplicate the project and modify it with your own videos, images or other media. Give it a try by visiting the project page here and clicking the remix button. Hatch will produce a copy of the project in the editor.